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Terms And Conditions for Use of the Online Services

These Terms and Conditions ("Terms") establish a legal and binding agreement ("Agreement") between you ("User" or "You") and Bellmeyer Law, PC ("Firm").  Please note, these Terms apply to the use of www.bellmeyerlaw.com ("Website") and any use of this site is subject to these Terms.  By using the Website, you represent that you have read and accept these Terms.  If you review the contents of these Terms or the Website's Privacy Policy and determine that they are unsatisfactory, please cease and refrain from continued use of the Website.

THE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE OR CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP

The Firm may choose to provide newsletters, legal updates, informational videos, or the like through the Website to provide generalized legal information to the public and to potential clients.  But, nothing in this Website should be construed as individualized legal advice.  If you have a legal dispute or legal advice, you should consult an attorney to address California law as it may apply to your unique situation.  The provision of this generalized legal advice does not create an attorney-client relationship without a consultation and retention through the Firm's engagement agreement.  To be clear, nothing on this Website should be construed as or used as a substitution for legal advice for your individual situation.  

Any unsolicited information provided to Bellmeyer Law, PC in person, by email, or through the Website is not confidential without consultation or retention.  If you have any confidential or sensitive information, please reserve such information for a consultation with an attorney unless a pre-existing attorney client relationship exists. 

Pursuant to the California’s Code of Professional Responsibility this website contains attorney advertising.  Prior results of disputes or agreements do not guarantee a similar outcome as each situation is unique and requires a separate analysis. 

legal DISCLAIMER

 

The Firm has a principal place of business in the the County of Riverside, State of California.  The attorneys at the Firm are licensed solely in the State of California and the information presented on this Website should be construed to apply only to the State of California.  The attorneys at Bellmeyer Law do not practice in other states unless expressly stating otherwise. 

The content of this Website may be accessible to individuals outside the State of California or outside of the United States itself.  Nothing in this Website is directed at or provided with the intention of seeking to represent or offering representation in States or Countries where the Firm is unlicensed.  By accepting these Terms, you represent that you understand and agree that any advertisements or solicitations are aimed solely at those individuals residing in or doing business in the State of California.  

By using this Website, you represent that you understand that the information contained herein is an attorney advertisement

COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Bellmeyer Law, PC reserves any and all intellectual property rights to the content of this Website including text, pictures, organization, arrangement, compilation of materials, company logo, company marks, and other information on this site.  

The content provided on this Website is provided as a convenience for the benefit of the public to obtain generalized information relating to California law.  By using this Website, you agree to refrain from utilizing any of the Firm's intellectual property for your own commercial use or benefit.  The Firm's inellectual property should not be editted, reproduced, replicated, or distributed.  Notwithstanding the above, the content of this site may be used in accordance with the fair use laws relating to copyrighted materials.  

WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITIES

The information provided in this Website is free from any representations or warranties regarding the currency, accuracy, or timeliness as law can frequently change.  Bellmeyer Law, PC will take all reasonable measures to remove any inaccurate information but are current only as of the date the content is posted.  You represent that you have read these terms and understand that the information provided in newsletters, videos, podcasts, or the like may be subject to change.

 

Any information provided on this Website is provided “as is.”  The Firm does not represent that the content will be error free, free of viruses, or free of defects.  Nor does the Firm warrant that any defects will be corrected.  Bellmeyer Law, PC, its attorneys, and its employees expressly disclaim any liability for any action or omission in reliance on the contents of this website as it is merely generalized information and not tailored to individualized legal situations.  The sole remedy you have for any dissatisfaction with any of the content or of the Website is to refrain from using the Website.

The Firm does not make any representations, warranties, or promises that the Website will remain operational at all times with no interruptions in service.  Moreover, the Firm does not provide any warranties regarding the absence of errors. 

HYPERLINKS

The links and sites imbedded herein are provided as a courtesy for you.  These websites frequently lead to third party sites which are not maintained by Bellmeyer Law, PC.  These sites do not necessarily represent the opinions or advice of Bellmeyer Law, PC.  By using this site, you represent that you understand that  links to third party sites as provided herein are not under the control of Bellmeyer Law, PC and due to said lack of control, Bellmeyer Law, PC cannot guarantee the completeness or accuracy of those third party websites. 

 

GOVERNING LAW

Any disputes arising from the use of this Website are governed by the Laws of the State of California.  By using this site, you agree that any disputes shall be governed by California law and that the appropriate venue for any such disputes shall be the Superior Courts of the County of Riverside.

SEVERABILITY

If any provision, or any part thereof, of this Agreement shall, for any reason be held to be invalid, unenforceable or contrary to public policy or any law, then that portion shall be severed and the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 

Reservation of Rights 

 

The Firm reserves the right to add, change, update, or modify this policy, the privacy policy, or any content on this site at any time without any further notice to you.  Any change, update, or modification will be effective immediately upon posting on the Website and it is your responsibility to review this policy from time-to-time to ensure you continue to agree with all its terms.

Last Updated: November 17, 2020